Yesterday, the Washington Redskins struggled, again, on offense, and were unable to overcome deficets in the second half, losing to the Seahawks, 20-10. The Redskins did exceptionally well on special teams, forcing multiple fumbles, and the defense had a strong outing, but Seattle's offense succeeded enough to score 20 points on the Redskins defense, and advance to the AFC Championship Game, in Seattle, next week.
The Steelers, while far from long-shots, may need the Colts to make a mistake or two, for them to win Sunday. "That is an unbelievable football team," Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger said. "It will take our A-plus game to go out and beat their B-minus game." Joey Porter (pictured), never the quiet one when it comes to talking smack, questioned the Colts physical play. "They don't want to just sit there, line up and play football," Porter said. "They want to try to catch you off guard. They don't want to play smash-mouth football..."
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